The losing record is one thing. But the hard part for the Ravens right now is finding something to hang their hats on. Anything.
Winning a Super Bowl is a life changing experience. But with the events of New Orleans firmly in Baltimore’s rear view mirror, how will Baltimore respond in a season that has suddenly taken a turn for the worse?
Tackle Bryant McKinnie was traded Monday by the Baltimore Ravens to the Miami Dolphins, who needed to shore up a leaky offensive line.
Three quarterbacks have more yards rushing this season than Ray Rice, which goes a long way toward explaining why the Baltimore Ravens own the league’s 27th-ranked running game and have a disappointing .500 record.
When the Ravens and Steelers battle, there are usually tons of playoff implications involved. But with both teams struggling so far, they’re just trying to get a win.
“Frustration can be a great motivator,” said Ravens head coach John Harbaugh. If he is correct, the Ravens offensive line should be the most motivated group in the entire league right now.
Much of the talk surrounding the Ravens, that hasn’t been about the O-Line, has been about leadership and identity. I think they’ve found it.
The Baltimore Ravens have identified the long list of problems that have contributed to their poor start.
Green Bay slapped the Ravens around in 19-17 victory. This was the Ravens’ first loss at home dating back to December of last year against the Broncos.
When it comes to the Baltimore Ravens, their offense has been anything but spectacular. But Torrey Smith has found a way to succeed, and it couldn’t come at a better time for Baltimore as they get set to battle the potent Green Bay Packers.
The Baltimore Ravens finally have a road win, remain tied for first place in the AFC North and appear to have revived a running game that sputtered during the first quarter of the NFL season.
Joe Flacco walked slowly through the end zone toward his bench, seething as he stared at the scoreboard in disbelief while the other team celebrated a tying touchdown.